Charles Krauthammer lays down the gauntlet:
By choosing a nominee suggested by Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid and well known only to himself, the president has ducked a fight on the most important domestic question dividing liberals from conservatives: the principles by which one should read and interpret the Constitution. For a presidency marked by a courageous willingness to think and do big things, this nomination is a sorry retreat into smallness.
I agree, but Bush will not withdraw her nomination. The Senate will be asked to do the dirty work, and I hope that blunders like this will make that task easier.
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